LETTER: ‘There is No Place For Hate in Our City’

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FRAMINGHAM – On behalf of the Framingham Interfaith Community Association, we write to
express our outrage and our deep sadness at this act of hate and vandalism. There is no place for hate in our city. Even more, we write to express our support and gratitude for our friends and neighbors at Temple Beth Sholom.

We honor the richness, beauty and truth of your community and your faith. We value the many,
many gifts you bring to Framingham. We seek to stand with you in whatever ways you find most helpful. We commit ourselves to the on-going work of confronting hate, ensuring safety and respect, and creating a culture that treasures the gifts each community and each individual brings.

Framingham Interfaith Community Association

Rev. Dorian Botsis, Faith Community Church
Rev. Aaron M. Stockwell, First Parish in Framingham
Rev. Julie Carson, Rector, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Scott Salley, Senior Warden, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Rabbi Sam Blumberg, Temple Beth Am
Father Don Pachuta, Pastor, Community of Saint Luke
Hussam Syed, Islamic Society of Framingham
Deacon Susan Lindberg Haley, Lutheran Church of Framingham
Rev. Dr. Deborah L CLark, Edwards Church, United Church of Christ
Rev. Dr. Karen Nell Smith, Edwards Church, United Church of Christ
Rev. Gregory Morisse, The Plymouth Church in Framingham, United Church of Christ
Rev. William Tanner, The Plymouth Church in Framingham, United Church of Christ
Rev. Dr. J Anthony Lloyd, Greater Framingham Community Church
Rev. Heather Kattan, Pastor, First & Wesley United Methodist Churches
Jane Moeller, Framingham Friends Meeting
Susan Petroni, SOURCE Publisher & Editor

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